Like most of our National Interstate System, parts of I-70 are reaching their life expectancy and are not adequate for today's transportation needs. PennDOT plans to reconstruct, rehabilitate, and perform pavement preservation on large sections of I-70.
I-70 Projects Website
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), Engineering District 12-0 welcomes you to the I-70 Projects Website.
PennDOT District 12 is responsible for the design, construction, and maintenance of I-70 from the West Virginia state line east to New Stanton, PA (Exit 57). Much of the corridor was originally designed and built more than 55 years ago; therefore, many improvements are underway and/or planned to meet modern traffic needs. PennDOT District 12 will invest more than $750 million to deliver the improvement projects, which will include interchange improvements, bridge replacements or reconstructions, and miles of improved roadway and upgrades to the interstates intelligent transportation systems. More details are provided below. The goal of this website is to provide users with a single resource to gauge the status of all of these improvement projects.